As demand for “live-work-play” environments grows, the question of how to provide new housing in places with little buildable land is of increasing importance. Housing types along the continuum between single-family homes and large apartment complexes can add density that doesn’t look like density, and help accommodate newcomers of all incomes. Panelists will discuss how “missing middle” housing, once an important way to accommodate growth, can be used to create new housing capacity in towns that may not think they have the space for it.
Design track sponsor: Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti LLP
Session Category : Design